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1920’s: The Turner Valley Controversy

 

In 1906, a settler from Montana named Michael Stoos purchased homestead lands from the CPR along the Sheep River in the Turner Valley area of Alberta. The railway company had retained the rights to petroleum. The shale beds along the banks of the Sheep River as it passes through the lands acquired by Mr. Stoos […]
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